Tag Archive: IBM

by John Moore | May 05, 2015

IBM in Healthcare: Deja Vu or Something New?

IBM has been making a lot of noise as of late. First, it made a series of announcements at the HIMSS […]

by John Moore | April 23, 2015

HIMSS’15 Pilgrimage: Impressions and Takeaways

Another year, another HIMSS conference. While I often may gripe about this event; the seemingly endless parroting of buzzword(s) de […]

by Brian Murphy | February 04, 2015

Platform-as-a-Service: Old Idea but New to Healthcare

Accelerate the Industry Forward Technology companies often open up their products to create an ecosystem for third party developers. This […]

by John Moore lll | October 24, 2014

#WWBR Week of October 20, 2014

Ebola in the United States: EHRs as a Public Health Tool at the Point of Care Ken Mandl for JAMA […]

by Cora Sharma | May 22, 2014

ETL Churn: Clinical Analytics Solutions Sandwiched Between Shifting Data Sources and Evolving Business Rules

Stuck in the Middle Clinical analytics solutions are “sandwiched” between (1) a variety of shifting data sources; and (2) ever-evolving […]

by John Moore | December 23, 2013

Looking Ahead to Data Visualization & Blazingly Fast Database Technology

Last week I attended the annual Data Warehousing (TDWI) event in Orlando. This is a fantastic, intimate setting of the […]

by John Moore | August 27, 2013

Breaking New Ground

Today is a great day for Chilmark Research and hopefully the world of healthcare IT. At long last, the much […]

by John Moore | November 04, 2011

Siemens Jumps into HIE Waters

Acquisition fever has set in and they’re dropping like flies, independent HIE vendors that is. Earlier today, Siemens announced its […]

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